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gearman - Gearmand Documentation, http://gearman.info/ Command line client for Gearmand
Common options -f <function> Function name to use for jobs (can give many) -h <host> Job server host -H Print this help menu -p <port> Gearman server port -t <timeout> Timeout in milliseconds -i <pidfile> Create a pidfile for the process -n In client mode run one job per line, in worker mode send data packet for each line -N Same as -n, but strip off the newline Client options -b Run jobs in the background -I Run jobs as high priority -L Run jobs as low priority -P Prefix all output lines with functions names -s Send job without reading from standard input -u <unique> Unique key to use for job Worker options* -c <count> Number of jobs for worker to run before exiting -w Run in worker mode
With gearman you can run client and worker functions from the command line. The environmental variable GEARMAN_SERVER can be used to specify multiple gearmand servers. Please see the c:func:’gearman_client_add_servers’ for an explanation of the required syntax.
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